Scott Amendola Quartet Ben Goldberg-Clarinet Josh Smith-tenor saxophone John Shifflett-bass Scott Amendola-drums/electronics Set One only 01. Scott Amendola Quartet - 2011-01-22 03_25_08 Topic: Live at the Red Poppy Art House Source: AUD > DAT
After a brief silence, TwoCircles returns with Objectif Lune: the creative summation of French producer doubtingThomas. His second release on TwoCircles, following the exploratory Self-Definition, yields a powerful representation of sonic growth. Coupled with original artwork by Tess Keller the release delivers what it promises, a provocative listen from beginning to end. Topics: Doubting Thomas, minimal, art house, soul, jazz
This is an unedited recording of an experimental storytelling event that took place as part of Art House Party (http://www.arthouseparty.net/) on 24th February 2007. Sebastian Mary Harrington (http://sebastianmary.com/) masterminded a collaboration between writers in four different timezones, from India to the USA. Between them, they improvised the story of Girl A as she tries to find her way hoe from Unreal City. The text was written in Skype and performed live by Ansuman Biswas, with his own... Topics: art house party, sebastian mary, ansuman biswas, unreal city
SonOfOdin's Podcast Episode #20 - From the Alehouse to the Arthouse The Odinson goes back to his roots and explores Nicolas Winding Refn's Viking art house film, VALHALLA RISING, if for no other reason than as an excuse to close with an Amon Amarth song. In addition, hot chicks help you learn stuff! Topics: podcast, beer, movies, viking, refn, art house, film
Paul Baribeau playing in San Francisco California at the Fivepoints Arthouse on October 1st, 2011. This is part of his 2011 West Coast Tour. Topic: 72 Tehama Street, Five Points Art House, San Francisco California Source: Sony Tape Recorder
'We think our clients care about their surroundings as much as they care about their clothes and how they look.' The popularity of interior wall murals and tromp l'oeil has a history that a weaves its way back through the centuries. Trompe l'oeil is from the French for 'deceive the eye' although the phrase comes from the Baroque the art form has been widely used since the Greek and Roman periods. Today Trompe l'oeil also known as illusion painting is used in both period and contemporary... Topics: mural, murals, murals, Art House Murals, paint effects
This Saturday (November 12, 2011) David LaMorte (DavidLaMorte.com is going to exhibit as part of the Art House event (facebook event link). The Art House is a multidisciplinary arts event that features music, performances, and visual art. The show will be at 25 Huntington Street in New Brunswick and will run from 8pm-11pm. I don't have an exhibitors list, but the show is going to feature 20+ local artists and performers. Topics: visual art, podcast, newmediator, David LaMorte, Art House, New Brunswick NJ, New Jersey
This week, Brent returns us to the glory days of the 1990's independent cinema movement with Vincent Gallo's Buffalo '66 (1998), a film in which Gallo (who wrote and directed) plays a troubled ex-con who abducts Christina Ricci and forces her to play his wife in a bid to win his parents affection. Come with us, won't you, into our navel-gazing exploration of deep thoughts, Jungian symbolism, and belly laughs in this week's exciting show! Topics: buffalo 66, vincent gallo, christina ricci, brown bunny, art house, arthouse, indie, independent...
This week, Brent tries to class up the joint with his pick of The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014). Multiple timelines converge in this funny story about the legendary concierge (Ralph Finnes) at a famous European hotel and his friendship with a lobby boy, who becomes his most trusted friend, in a story about the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting, an idiosyncratic wealthy family, and a changing political season. Join us as we gather round the campfire to discuss the... Topics: grand budapest hotel, wes anderson, art film, art house, arthouse, film, rushmore
Show Notes for NewMediator.org - "Public Displays of Affection" Public Displays of Affection Jeffrey Augustine Songco January 7 - Feb 18, 2012 Jeffrey Augustine Songco risks being accused of massive over-sharing with his first solo exhibition, Public Displays of Affection. Displaying extraordinary powers of negative capability, Songco constructs a world in which his two great passions, Queerdom and the Catholic Church, not only peacefully coexist but thrive on each other. Songco... Topics: Jeffery Songco, newmediator, buckart, highland park nj, artshow, podcast, Highland Park Artists...
Vincent, wandering through his black and white real life world and daydreaming in colour Super-8, meets Daniel, like him in his late teens, and the skater girl Penelope - the three of them go on an improvised trip, each of them having another motivation for that journey... "Vincent" is a character driven movie and shows how life can feel if someone is living in a dream walking state of mind. It could be described as an "art house coming of age movie". Watch the... Topics: indie, feature, drama, coming of age, art house, dreamer, drifter, gay, 35mm, super-8, h.264
Dailies from the independent art house film "The Wind Whispers Gently." *Follow me on Twitter @Futuristik5000* Topics: Funny or Die Video Archive, , The Independent, actors, art house film, black and white, camera,...
Alex Fitch, Jessica Fostekew, Sean Price and Virginie Selavy review 'art-house' films which came out in Autumn 2007 in London's cinemas, plus interviews with Anders Morgenthaler, Malcolm McDowell & Mike Kaplan. Topics: Alex Fitch, Jessica Fostekew, Sean Price, Virginie Selavy, art-house film, Autumn 2007, London,... Source: Resonance 104.4 FM / Electric sheep magazine
Alex Fitch, Kim Morgan and Virginie Selavy review 'art-house' films coming out in August in London's cinemas Topics: I for India, Transylvania, 12:08 East of Bucharest, Born and Bred, Hallam Foe, Alex Fitch, Kim... Source: Resonance 104.4 FM
Alex Fitch, Jessica Fostekew and Virginie Selavy review 'art-house' films coming out in July in London's cinemas, plus interviews with Stuart Gordon and John Maringouin. Topics: Edmond, Taxidermia, Buy it now, Running Stumbled, Alex Fitch, Jessica Fostekew, Virginie Selavy,... Source: Resonance 104.4 FM
Interview with Nooshin Farhid, artist. A London based artist, Farhid co-curated a number of exhibitions including âUse this kind of Skyâ . Farhidâs videos employ different subjects and scenarios with a connecting thread of agitation, restlessness and a sense of things not being right. This unwillingness to settle for what is âon offerâ reflects the current state of society, politics and ideology. Though not overtly political, (for this inevitably enables privileged authority to manipulate... Topics: iran, Persia, Iranian film, Persian art-house cinema, middle eastern, multimedia art, radio,...
An episode of the Electric Sheep magazine podcast looking at recent world cinema and Art-House releases including Il Divo, Moscow, Belgium, The Battle of the Somme and TimeCrimes. Topics: Electric Sheep magazine, podcast, world cinema, Art-House, Il Divo, Moscow, Belgium, The Battle of...
A very short little film, part of a loose cycle of films (& other things), The Streets of New Orleans. It turns on a rather tart double entendre. Shot during Carnival, the film offers nothing for the salacious eye or pop-kulch presuppositions. At bottom it has all the hallmarks of a parable: it is succinct & carries a hidden moral which is obliquely exposed in the unfolding of a simple event. Not much happens here. A little group of tourists with a camcorder encounters something strange... Topics: cinema, movies, film, art house, art, experimental, short, underground, avant garde, surreal,...
Alex Fitch, Michael Hall and Virginie Selavy review 'art-house' films coming out in August in London's cinemas. Topics: Alex Fitch, Michael Hall, Virginie Selavy, art-house, September, London cinema, Suzanne Ballantyne,... Source: Resonance 104.4 FM
Alex Fitch, Jessica Fostekew, Robin Warren and Virginie Selavy review 'art-house' films which came out in Winter 2007 / 2008 in London's cinemas, plus an interview with Rigoberto CastaÃ±eda. Topics: Electric Sheep Magazine, Alex Fitch, Jessica Fostekew, Robin Warren, Virginie Selavy, review,... Source: Resonance 104.4 FM / Electric Sheep Magazine